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sean: now on "daybreak," flaming burned an historic home to the ground this weekend. now neighbors say there's a hole in their community. kevin: liker breeze with sunshine around. we'll talk about the couple of systems we're tracking during the week ahead. erin: the storms moved out. several states are still digging out from a lot of snow. it could be days before air travel is back to normal, even here in new hampshire. >> it is tipped in the air. it is intercepted. sean: the patriots were that close to overtime. their season is over this morning after
manning and the broncos. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: that was a tough game. rough one for the patriots. especially tom brady. sean: he took a beating. we need to go back and replay the game. can we do that? erin: i'd like a do over. do they have a mulligan? kevin: that was a cher thing. turn back time. i don't know if we can do that. it would be interesting if we could. we start with partly cloudy skies. temperatures in the teen and 20's. not really a chilly start. winds on top of mt. washington only around 20 mile an hour. that means a fairly light breeze for us today around five to ten miles an hour. with highs from the upper 20's to mid 30's, it is going to feel good through the afternoon. it looks like warmer temperatures make their way in tomorrow. a couple of systems watched through the week.
the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. we're beginning to see some slow-moving volume right around exit ten. that should continue to move through the area. traffic will ease up. otherwise that we're not seeing any major delays through the state of new hampshire. 101 eastbound is a good ride at the time from bedford through manchester and making your way out to the seacoast. 95 is up to seethe speed through the construction zone between exit two and one. do stay to the right to avoid any delays through there. 93 south is already a tough ride from exit 45 down to exit 41 through andover. this report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a massive weekend fire in new castle. neighbors say the fire
their community. sean: crews spent much of the day yesterday checking for hot spots. ray brewer to explain the loss. ray: good morning. the flames burned for hours at the multi-family home in new castle saturday night. by the time the flames were out, nothing left but a pile of rubble. everyone inside the home got out safely. they lost everything. when firefighters arrived, the flames were shooting out the windows and through the roof. many in the community feeling the lost as well because of the historic significance of the building. the house dates back to the 1800's. according to neighbors a well known local painter lived and worked there. >> it was just devastating. i think it is the most important house in new castle from an artistic and historical perspective. it is really devastating and sad to see that. of course, everyone is out safe. that's a good thing. i know that they lost everything. ray: the fire chief wasn't available yesterday to comment
there's no word yet on how it may have started. we are told though at least one family plans to live in a hotel for the next week. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: the fire chief says smoke detectors likely kept a bedroom fire from turning very serious. crews were able to contain the flames to a bedroom and say the fire was caused by improper disposal of smoking materials. all three people inside were able to get out safely. one firefighter was treated for a knee injury. erin: right now concord police are looking for the robber who stabbed a convenience store clerk. police say the man in these surveillance pictures entered the concord mart on north main street about 2:30, pulled a knife, and of coursed the clerk if he wanted to die. when the robber started grabbing money from the register, the clerk got a stick and started fighting back. during the struggle, the clerk suffered a cut to his hand. the suspect is described as a white man in his
air. police are looking for the man in westchesterfield that pulled a gun and robbed a store. he grabbed some money and man toward red road. a canine was able to track the suspect. the robber is described 5'2" and thin. state police say a man was driving drunk after leading police on a high speed chase at nearly 130 miles per hour. kenneth coogan lost control after getting off exit nine, went airborne, and came to rest over an embankment. injuries. sean: a massive clean up effort continues to the south. a powerful storm dropped two feet or more of snow. it could be days before travel is back to normal from this.
modified schedule. air travel is still a mess as you can see by the number of canceled flights of a lot of them with stranded. aftermath this morning. >> this weekend's storm was one for the record books. nearly two feet of snow washington, d.c. it was the biggest storm ever in baltimore at 29.2 inches. in new york central park a new 24-hour record with 26.8 inches of snow. it grounded almost all forms of travel. drivers on a interstate were stranded for hours creating sunday mass. blocks of ice floated down flooded streets. the snow building continue outlies throughout the weekend. in virginia and up and down the coast the
snow too much for area roofs. even the ambulance was stuck. this morning the east coast will be digging out. >> a record amount of snow must be removed. when i say removed, that doesn't mean we can just push it out of the street. it has to be lifted and taken away. reporter: for many there's one more snow day ahead. if you are wondering, the snow jackpot winner seems to be glen gary, west virginia with 42 inches reported. air traffic is going to continue to be snarled. remember airlines have to make up for the 14,000 flights that were canceled this weekend. in washington, lana zak for abc news. sean: and the clean up did turn deadly in boston. a man was struck by a neighborhood yesterday. a shovel was found a few feet away. the victim's name has the driver is cooperating.
they are looking in to weather the sun and glare may have been a factor. erin: a hampstead police officer has lost his battle with cancer. officer matthew moore passed away on saturday. he joined the department in 2009 after working as an officer in pelham and sanddown. he was a marine corps vet and served in iraq. he was 38. he's survived by his wife and two children. public calling hours are on thursday from 4:00 to 8:00. sean: even though the primary is two weeks from tomorrow, it is a quiet day on the campaign trail here in new hampshire. new jersey governor has stopped plans in greenland, merrimack, and hooksett. "the boston globe" is throwing its support behind hillary clinton. they added she's more conditioned, grounded,
than when she ran in 2008. clinton spent the day campaigning in iowa. erin: the season is over for the patriots. they fell behind early and were never able to grab the lead. tom brady struggled early throwing a pair of interceptions and a missed point after in the first quarter came back to haunt new england. the patriots found the end zone in the last minute. they still trailed by two. the two point conversion was picked off at the goal line. brady came up short of his quest for a super bowl as denver wins 2018. fans in new hampshire are disappeared. some are staying positive. >> hopefully healthy next year. knock on wood. they have a young team overall. they should be fine. erin: the broncos will take on the panthers in the super bowl in two weeks. red sox season isn't
the truck with all of the equipment heads south from boston on february 10th. pitchers and catchers report on the 18th. we have baseball to look forward to. sean: the patriots could have been there. they didn't have the stuff yesterday. erin: two points. sean: still to come the coverage of the patriots loss continues. we'll hear from some of the players after the game. erin: we're going to head to lincoln. the ice castles are back. difficult. there are races using a find your sweet spot today with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
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erin: monday morning, january 25th. temperatures in the low to mid 20's. we're looking at partly skies. lighter breeze today. temperatures in the mid 30's. we'll look at the temperatures back up near 40 starting tomorrow coming up. sean: the cold weather has arrived here in new hampshire. the ice castles are back in lincoln. night. this year's design featured water falls, a maze, a throne, and one of the longest ice slides in the world. it is one of three ice castles in america and acre. >> we just opened. it was a slow start to the winter. it was very, very warm. we have a great team. once it was cold we were fast. now we're open and we're as big as good as we've erin: he's very chill.
open until mid march. the weather. that looks like the ice chandelier. sean: very pretty. winter enthusiast are getting in on the activity that's getting more and more popular. it is called fat tire bike racing. they have larger, wider tires that make them easier to ride on the snow, providing a different way to enjoy the outdoors in winter. they are best on groomed trails. new hampshire has a fat bike series as well. they started their season last week. they are under inflated to ride on mud, sand, and snow. they are great fun. erin: now we need to have a race around the beach. sean: we could do it. for sure. erin: 6:14. coming up, hundreds of movie theaters were empty because of the storm. sean: lobster is a huge part of the economy.
erin: it is a bit of a slow weekend at the box office. not because of the movies, but so many movie theaters were closed because of the snowstorm. "the revenant" took the top spot followed by "star wars: the
force awakens." several places were closed for one day if not two in washington, d.c. taking a big bite out of hollywood. changes could be coming to the lobster fishing licenses. the catch has been huge. there's a long waiting list of people trying to get in on the action. now there's a proposal with a new license with limited number of traps.
lobster men get on the water faster. sean: speaking of the ocean, a guest at a resort in hawaii lifetime this weekend. check out the scene as a humpback whale breeches off of the coast. seat. they wanted to see this. okay, as long as you are breeching the other way, not toward me. that could do some damage. erin: i bet they wish they had their water proof cameras. if anyone is going to believe that story. kevin: the waves are always high in ohio. -- hawaii. i didn't say how. we start off with a nice start. partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. quite a few more clouds this morning. it should be a nice day. temperatures in to the afternoon will be making their way back in to the 30's. low to mid 30's. with a light wind, that's going to feel good.
that are in the mid 30's likely get up in to the lower half of the 40's tomorrow with the southerly and southwesterly breeze. we're in a situation now where we have the weak disturbances gliding across the northern tier. they are fairly fast moving. we have two such systems to track this weekend. one that is located just off shore of the east coast by the time we get toward friday morning that we're watching on the maps to see if there's any trends to try to get that closer to the shoreline and more direct effects for us by the time we get toward friday. as of right now, things are quiet. temperatures from the teens to lower range of the 20's. temperatures this morning running a solid 20 degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time in the north country and five to ten degrees milder than yesterday in southern new hampshire. a little bit of a flow today. five to ten miles an hour continuing to go. you'll notice the wind speeds on light as well. that means a light wind kind of day. with clouds giving way to partial sunshine up
areas. in to the afternoon. it is about four or five degrees warmer than the average. still running four and a half degrees warmer than normal for the month of january. we're looking at partly cloudy skies. starting with sunshine tomorrow. clouds will start moving in during the day. just a couple of sprinkles is a possibility. all the way southerly and southwesterly winds push temperatures up. we'll be in the 30's to near 40 degrees on early. a breeze will pick up during the afternoon. the breeze brings in the cooler air. temperatures will slip back. all eyes on the system that will be moving of the united states. it will be located off morning. most of the maps right now keep that far enough away. maps may trend closer to the shoreline. it is a stay tuned friday's forecast is
that's the wild card of the entire forecast. ahead of that, temperatures will be mild the next couple of days. we'll be in the 30's to lower 40's tomorrow afternoon and on wednesday as skies clear and a pretty good breeze around in the afternoon. fair skies for thursday. we get in to friday. there will be the chance of a passing snow shower here or there not from the system located off shore but from a clipper making its way in. not expecting a lot of accumulation with each of these systems. additional snow shower by the time we get toward sunday. fairly quiet weather. erin: it seems like we're waiting so long for the big storm of the season. sean: yeah. we did. south. meantime let's check out the top stories. we start with ray brewer. ray: the search is on for a cause that destroyed a historic -- the cause of a fire that destroyed a historic home in new castle. the flames burning for hours at the multi-family home on portsmouth avenue. now the house dates back
according to neighbors a well-known local painter by the name of edmond tarbell lived and worked there. sean: a store clerk was hurt trying to hold off a robber. he was hurt during a struggle. the robber got away with cash. police are looking for the man who pulled a gun during a robbery. the man grabbed some money and ran off toward red road. erin: coming up, the snow wasn't capitol.
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it also providedeforming the chance for a lot of fun. erin: a lot of people taking their sleds out to the capitol hill and lincoln memorial. hundreds of people took part in the snowball fites. one was called snow wars: the snowball strikes back. people were urged to dress like star war characters. sean: they within the allowed to bring adatts. that would not be fair. a heartbreaking experience for a woman in pittsburgh. erin: it is. normally her husband would fix the furnace, but her husband is overseas. he said night call discount, $1. he just did it for free. sean: that's a great story. erin: supporting families like that. sean: coming up, a dramatic
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: welcome back. good morning on monday, january 25th. 22 degree. we're looking on the brighter side today after the football game yesterday. erin: hopefully the sunrise will lift people's spirits out there. we want to get to the top stories. it was a tough sunday for the new england patriots. their season came to an end when they lost the broncos in the afc championship game. fire officials in new castle are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that destroyed a home on portsmouth avenue. state police say a measured man was killed
was hit by an alleged drunk driver while walking along main street. >> a lot of bear spots. i have enough snow to do some sledding. not a lot. kevin: it has developed in to the crusty, white concrete. sean: it can be fast on the sled. kevin: it can be. it has its benefits at times. the sunshine out there in the southern half of the state. up north lingering clouds. temperatures from the teens to mid 20's. not too bad to take. these readings a solid five or ten degrees above normal. we're talking upper 20's to mid 30's. a lot of areas will be above 40 not only tomorrow but likely on wednesday. sean: a little bit of relief last week. let's check out the roads this morning. we start with a live look in hooksett. kevin: we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deforming. deb: good morning, kevin and
we are beginning to see some building, traffic continues to move well. 293 is also a bit busy through the mill yard. just a minor tap of the breaks through the lane shifts between exit five and the everett turnpike. if your travel plans are taking you in to massachusetts, at this time we're seeing some exceptionally heavy volume on 93 south through andover, then again from woburn to boston. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. the season has come to an end after they lost to the denver broncos in the afc championship game. sean: there were all kinds of missed opportunities, particularly in the fourth quarter. peyton manning played well in what may have been his final game. he through a pair of touchdown passes, including one from 21 yards out that gave denver a 7-0 lead after the opening drive.
this one. on fourth and goal from the 10, tom brady and rob gronkowski with a touchdown. the pats were down. they missed a point after earlier in the game. they were forced to go for the two point conversion. the former patriot was able to tip the pass. they win the game 20-18. so close. advancing to super bowl 50 to play the carolina panthers. jason king has reaction from denver. >> what was billed as the battle of the two of the best quarterbacks to play the game turned out to be a defensive struggle. the passing game was inconsistent at best. in the end, it was the broncos that ran it and threw it better than the patriots. the patriots leave denver frustrated and ejected. now 0-4 as a franchise in playoff games played in denver. >> i just wanted to concentrate on our job.
i won't necessarily worry about the score but try to make as many plays as we can and try to get the ball in the end zone. you know, we couldn't get it done. >> we didn't play our best. they made more plays than us when they had to. it is why they won. >> that's what every game -- 18-20 game. it is always just a couple of plays. we didn't. >> you can't win if you don't make plays. like i said once before i'm not upset. this team gave it that's it. reporter: so the patriots end with a record of 13-5. one win away from a trip to another super bowl. they left after the game and headed back. they will close things out this morning. bill belichick will have the final press conference and the open locker room availability later as well. in denver with the patriots, jason king. sean: we were so close. investigation is
sparked a fire that destroyed a home in new castle. erin: the fire broke out in a home on portsmouth avenue. neighbors say the house was an historic landmark. ray brewer live in the studio to tell us what neighbors are saying about the fire. ray: they are telling us the families that live in the multi-family home lost everything they own on saturday night. phyllis lives across the street from the house that caught fire. she described the scene as the home went up in flames. >> i've never seen anything like it. it was ferocious fire. sparks were flies. the flames were just shooting out of the roof, the windows. outside safely. the loss is being felt not just by the people who lived there but by the whole community. edmond tarbell lived and worked in the house. >> it was devastating. i think it is the most
castle from an artistic and historical perspective. it is devastating. everyone is out safe. that's a good thing. i know that they lost everything. ray: she has a book with his works. after seeing the historical home for more than 20 years, it is sad to see it go. >> to know it was right across the street. it just gave me a thrill every day to see that and to know it is not going to be there anymore is just really, really devastating. ray: neighbors saying one of the families is staying in the hotel for the week. the cause remains under investigation. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. thank you. a massachusetts man is facing charges this morning after police say he hit and killed a pedestrian while allegedly driving drunk. state police say the victim, 57-year-old paul gelinas, was walking along main street
was hit from behind. gelinas was rushed to the hospital where he later died. the driver, 28-year-old paul larkin of east bridgewater, massachusetts was arrested on a charge offing aggravated dui. >> whether you are coming from out of state or local and want to go out to dinner. we ask people to be careful and responsible. >> it can happen. it can happen anywhere. when you are walking down the street. you have to be careful. erin: larkin is free on bail and due in court next month. sean: right now a boil water order is in effect for the town of lisbon. they are advising people to boil their water for at least two minutes before drinking it. the order comes after e. coli was found in a testing sample from the town's water system. the issue has been addressed. they are waiting for more test results before lifting the order which could happen by wednesday. erin: fish and game along with
a crash. authorities say a car and pickup truck collided on the ice early yesterday morning. both vehicle were badly damaged. the driver of the car were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. anyone who may have witnessed that accident is urged to contact fish and game. sean: a plan to build a new back county hut is sparking some debate. the appalachian mountain club has a hut proposal less than two miles to the woods. it would be close enough to the main road so that people who do not get in to the mountains can experience more easily. some hikers say the area is too crowded. that debate continues. erin: coming up, a bizarre end to a police chase in california. two men had to call 911 after they fled from police in the middle of a snowstorm. sean: you often feel under the weather during the winter months? you may be allergic to the cold. kevin: we continue to watch a
the mid 30's. for the southern half of
the state. up north clouds giving way to sun. two systems that we're week ahead. the details on that and which days are above 40 degrees coming up. sean: this is what it looked like to the south. that's the white house. out. 30 deaths have been blamed on the storm which dump more than two feet in parts. nikole killion was in the middle of it all. we have an update live. things still aren't back to normal yet; right? nikole: not yet. the nation's capitol remains shut down. this will be a multi-day clean up effort. now the biggest challenge right now are the roads. of course they are pretty clear around here. it is the secondary roads that are very problematic. some of them haven't been touched. now because of that and the frigid temperatures, many area dismals are closed. so is the federal
house even postponing it to vote in congress until next week. keep in mind other parts of the country aren't getting back on track. slowly but surely in new york city, train service is resuming there later this morning for the commute. also in pennsylvania all of those folks who got stuck on the turnpike over the weekend are finally free and back home. one thing not back to no, ma'am -- normal yet is air travel. here in d.c. both of the airports are re-opening. hopefully that eases some of the backlog. sean: i know there's some debate. how much snow did washington, d.c. get? nikole: just under 18 inches. some parts of the city got more. you can see the snow bank here which is pretty tall. probably if i stick my foot all the way down
some parts got 20 inches or more. inches. i'm here on the outskirts of the city. not clear why we have so many disparities. apparently during the storm the weather measuring device that they used to measure all of the inches somehow got lost. happened. whether observers at one of the airport claims the readings are still accurate. they stand by them in spite of the conditions. sean: maybe it is buried in the snow. we'll have to find it. >> when all else fails, use a yardstick. erin: does that work when you have 27 inches? a chase in california turned in to a less cue mission. the chase started on friday when an officer tried to pull over a car for swerving. the two men inside jumped out and took off running with winter storm in full force.
them to surrender. they didn't listen. by night fall the fugitives were freezing and ended up calling 911 for help. a s.w.a.t. team found them the next mortgage. >> we knew based on the weather conditions there was a high likelihood they would not survive. i've never seen two people happier to go to jail because they knew they were going to be dry and warm. erin: both were treated for severe hypothermia and possible frostbite. sean: a massive man hunt in california for three inmates that escaped a maximum security jail. they managed to cut through steel bars before sneaking through plumbing tunnels. they used bed sheets to repel four stories to the ground. they are considered dangerous and they may be armed. >> i think the public should expect the worse if they are encountering them. >> we will not stop until these individuals are back in our custody. i am confident that will occur.
with murder, attempted murder, and kidnapping. they are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to their capture. turning now to sports, the celtics played the 76ers in philadelphia. they had no problem beating the nba's worst team. marcus smart buried the three pointer to put the celtics up 43-26. they kept the momentum going throughout the game. the celtics play the washington wizards tonight. video. a skier took a nasty fall. 1,000 feet down a mountain as she tumbled out of control, she narrowly missed some jagged rocks. the skier sat up after and they say she's okay. she only just broke a couple of fingers after that huge fall. 1,000 feet. wow. she's very lucky. sean: i'm sure he's going to see the video later.
a surprise after the officer showed up fgr a noise complaint. someone said they were playing basketball too loudly. instead of reprimanding them, he jumped in. the next time he came to the neighborhood -- recognize that guy? he brought shaquille o'neal with him. he's pretty good at basketball. he has some reach too. that is some backup right there. if you tend to get headaches, sneeze a lot, or have watery eyes, you may be alargic to the cold. >> erin: it is most common in young adults. they may experience redness, itching, swelling, and in severe
i don't know. allergic to the cold. sean: i've never heard of that before. kevin: you qualify. you are a young adult; right? erin: right. exactly. kevin: there it is. she's laughing. why is she laughing? i'm just wondering why she's laughing. no ice. allergic. partly cloudy skies. winds fairly light. light winds for the rest of us through the day. shaping up to be a pretty nice day across the region. temperatures upper 20's to mid 30's. a good deal of sunshine south of the white mountains. up in the north country still some extra clouds which will take a little while to weave their way out. once they do, we are setting ourselves up for a nice afternoon across the area. turning breezy and milder starting later on tonight and in to tomorrow. tomorrow evening there could be a couple of rain or snow showers around with fair skies returning for wednesday. another weak system we'll be tracking for
extra clouds up north this morning. once these go by partial sunshine even for the north country in to the afternoon. light breeze today out of the northwest. this system comes through tomorrow. could be warm enough ahead of that we may see a stray rain shower or two tomorrow afternoon. there may be a snow shower tomorrow evening. temperatures upper range of the teens to lower range of the 20's. you get down in some of the central and valley areas like marlborough down to 12 degrees this morning. you'll see some lower teens out there. where most of us live with the normal elevations, it is generally upper range of the teens to lower 20's this morning. what should be a fairly decent afternoon. light winds certainly make it feel better this time of year. we're in the mid 30's in southern parts of the state. low to mid 30's through the foothills. upper 20's through the afternoon. partly cloudy skies tonight. again we drop back in to the teens and 20's only to see a little bit of a jump in temperature for tomorrow. a lot of areas tomorrow from the 30's to even
as high as 43 or 44 with increasing clouds. maybe a stray shower through tomorrow evening. maybe a snow shower on wednesday morning. winds will pick up wednesday afternoon. that will be the leading edge of the cooler air that arrives for thursday only to see the next system which right now looks to be far enough off shore that we may not see anything more than a couple of snow showers on friday. mid 30's today. a lot of sunshine for southern areas. the extra clouds up north giving way to partial sunshine. then we'll drop back tonight. a lot of areas will fall in to the 20's. wind out of the south. starts to warm us up for tomorrow. maybe as high as 43 or 44 in southern areas. an increase in clouds. maybe a rain shower tomorrow afternoon and maybe a snow shower tomorrow night. cooler air with fair skies on thursday. maybe a couple of snow showers by the time we get toward friday. last week we went down
we talked about the big storms we've had in the last 100 years and the changes the storms brought. we answered a lot of questions about television and all of the computer maps that we do and look at to try to figure out the weather. the middle of last week all eyes were on the possible storm for saturday. i was able to let them know we were calling off the dogs by that point. erin: some people are looking forward to some snow. kevin: i know. the number keeps growing. erin: the annual jackson snow sculpting competition is pushed back due to the lack of the white stuff. it is now slated to begin on february 26th. sean: four friends from ohio are heading to fall. they will play on the video game team. they visited last month and were excited by the idea of egaming as a sport. >> it sucks you in, you know?
turned in to something a scholarship. >> what i've been doing and passionate about has paid off in a cool way. sean: they were also based on academic merit as well. all four students are in the top 10% of their class. they are smart guys. you don't need to travel to away games. erin: i can play. i just got a scholarship. sean: college athlete; right? erin: leave me alone. i'm playing my video games. it is now 6:52. still ahead a final check on your top stories, including an
on portsmouth avenue in new castle saturday night. everyone inside got out safely. they lost everything. the house dates back to the 1800's. according to neighbors, a well-known local painter lived and worked there. erin: a massachusetts man is facing charges after police say he hit and killed a pedestrian drive allegedly driving drunk. the victim, a 57-year-old man from massachusetts, was walking along main street in lincoln saturday night when he was hit from behind. sean: state police say a massachusetts man led them on a chase topping speeds of 130 miles per our. the chase ended when the driver cashed in exeter. he was charged with dwi. erin: the season has come to an end for the new england patriots. they lost to the broncos in the championship game yesterday. final score 12-18. the broncos will now take on the carolina panthers in the super bowl. kevin: pretty nice start to the
teens to mid 20's this morning. extra clouds up north will be giving way to sunshine. a lighter breeze out there today. low to mid 30's for most. up in to the lower range with more clouds moving in and maybe a snow shower tuesday or early wednesday. erin: nothing substantial. all right. coming up, an exclusive interview with the florida mom who fought up two armed men as they tried to steal her car with her young kids inside. sean: wow. the latest from the dig out in washington, d.c. and the rest of the east coast. back you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what